The new report, prepared for the Senate and a draft of which was obtained by The Post, provides the most comprehensive analysis yet of the Russian disinformation campaign around the 2016 election that leveraged nearly all social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
The decision also sets up an awkward juggling act for Republicans, balancing President Trump’s gleeful tweets about the ruling against a perception that the GOP is threatening insurance that covers nearly 20 million Americans.
The Marburg virus, when it spreads to humans, is lethal. Scientists from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hope that spying on the nightly escapades of these bats in Uganda will help prevent the spread of one of the world's most dreaded diseases.
In 2016, Ansly Damus followed U.S. protocol by presenting himself to the Border Patrol and saying he feared for his life. Then he was handcuffed and sent to a detention facility to await a resolution. When Melody Hart and Gary Benjamin heard about his case, they were stirred to action.
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Both sides appeared unwilling to budge from their positions on President Trump’s proposed border wall. “This is a very fundamental issue,” White House adviser Stephen Miller said Sunday on CBS’s “Face The Nation.”
Two years of a tumultuous presidency have intensified Washington’s angst over the country’s place in the world and how America should seek to lead a more fractured planet — or whether it should try at all.
It is impossible to spend a day in this town without hearing or reading special counsel Robert S. Mueller’s name. He will go down in history as one of the pivotal figures of the Trump era. All this for a man who seldom speaks and is rarely seen.